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Our Defense Team supports our Nation’s warfighters at a Defense Intelligence Community Agency across its regionally affiliated information centers providing data entry, multi-discipline analysis, reporting and production of threat and regional information to produce Department-level intelligence assessments supporting the full spectrum of military operations. Our technical personnel work in partnership with government, military and other defense contractors to evaluate threats, perform multi-disciplined analysis, create reporting, and maintain subject matter expertise.
AT&T has an opening for a Systems Analyst to support the Americas and Transregional Threat Center in providing Counterdrug, Transnational Organized Crime, and Threat Finance analysis.
- Demonstrate mastery of qualitative and quantitative analytic methodologies. Define comprehensive, new, or unique research approaches enabling rigorous assessments and production to identify threats against U.S. interests, Defense critical infrastructure, and strategic warning
- Interpret large amounts of textual and technical threat and Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) data to mitigate surprise and support shaping strategic outcomes; guide development of U.S. defense capabilities through review of analytic products for cogent arguments, tradecraft standards, and adequate support for conclusions
- Develop complex analytical approaches to threat warning and C4I problems and situations having incomplete or controversial data with no existing precedents to produce all-source intelligence products for senior U.S. Defense department and government officials, and CCMDs
- Build collaborative relationships across Defense and IC enterprise with counterparts at the Joint Staff J2, DIA, OSD, DoD, IC and interagency partners. Attend/participate in conferences, meetings and working groups
TS/SCI Security Clearance with Polygraph(#polygraph); This position requires ability to satisfy a government administered high risk screening.
- Experience in analyzing threats to U.S. national interests, Defense Critical Infrastructure, and Strategic Warning. Experience identifying and analyzing defense-related economic, social, political, scientific and technological trends.
- Experience conducting all-source analysis of C4I at the national, interagency or CCMD levels supporting the DoD and/or IC using recognized analytic tools, software and techniques.
- Demonstrate mastery of and extensive experience preparing and reviewing classified assessments and delivering oral/written briefings/presentations to executive leadership and policy makers.
- Experience developing complex analytical approaches while performing research and analysis of data, information and intelligence.
- Experience reviewing the production of finished intelligence products incorporating threat and C4I information obtained from SIGINT, GEOINT, HUMINT/CI, OSINT, MASINT and DOMEX sources in accordance with ODNI and DIA analytical standards such as ICD 203.
- Superior verbal and written communication skills and strong proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Ability to type 40 words per minute with less than 3 errors.
- Must have a minimum 12 years relevant analysis experience with a portion gained during the last 2 years. Master’s recognized by the Department of Education, OR, Bachelor’s degree in related area from an accredited university and additional 5 years related experience for a total of 17 years.
- Experience/proficiency with Google Earth, ArcGIS, TIDE, MIDB, M3, COLISEUM, Analyst Notebook or PRISM.
- Assignment at the Defense Intelligence Agency, Combatant Command J2/JIOCs, JCS, OSD, or NCTC.
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